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Early October, I stayed overnight on a B & B basis with friends. We had no problems with the hotel itself - the rooms and food were fine and the staff friendly and helpful - it was the big ginger cat that caused problems! Being...More
Booked afternoon tea for me and my husband as a birthday/anniversary treat. Being in the Peak District, the surroundings are very scenic although Newton House itself is very grey and bland on the outside. However, on the inside it's very welcoming. The dining room is...More
I cannot talk for every room in the hotel, but we stayed in room 5 and it was appalling! The window is less than 10m from the roadside with traffic passing all through the night. This caused me and my wife to wake up with...More
Room was a little disappointing , however the staff were really lovely and so was breakfast! The walk to the rear of the hotel "The Tissington Trail" was beautiful taking in Tissington Hamlet which boasts a lovely Tea Room.
Upon arrival there was nobody in reception and no way of attracting anybody's attention. Thankfully we didn't have to wait long and where advised that we had been upgraded to The Suite, as there was a problem with the four poster room we had booked....More
US$76 - US$129 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I can only speak for the room we were in. That was a double bedded room number 10 It was clean and the bed was comfortable. It was at the front of the hotel and as it was very warm we had the windows open, so there was some... More
I can only speak for the room we were in. That was a double bedded room number 10 It was clean and the bed was comfortable. It was at the front of the hotel and as it was very warm we had the windows open, so there was some traffic noise from the main road from 5 am onwards. It had a decent shower room.requirements. I to found the staff very helpful. John
That depends on where you are walking. The Bluebell at Tissington, just of the trail is closing shortly. there are two pubs in Alstonefield . We did not walk the Trail North so not aware of any that way.